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  • Tuesday ,
    JanJanuary  31 , 2023
     
     
    Soul of Shabbat: Writing from the Kabbalat Shabbat Liturgy

    Tuesday, Jan 31st 6:00p to 7:00p

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    Soul of Shabbat is a unique opportunity to dig into the Kabbalat Shabbat liturgy as a doorway into writing prayers and poetry about Shabbat. We’ll examine core themes and metaphors of Shabbat, as well as related textual sources.

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  • Wednesday ,
    FebFebruary  1 , 2023
     
     
    Open Conversation with our Liturgist-in-Residence

    Wednesday, Feb 1st 1:30p to 3:00p

    Each week, Liturgist-in-Residence Alden Solovy will welcome an open, freewheeling conversation about prayer, spirituality, Torah, or other topics of interest brought by you. This in-person-only dialogue is meant to be a give-and-take session of mutual sharing and exploration.

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  • Thursday ,
    FebFebruary  2 , 2023
     
     
    Living Gratitude

    Thursday, Feb 2nd 7:00p to 8:00p

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    In this twice-weekly class, we’ll explore the language of gratitude in both Hebrew and English, as well as core practices, such as prayer, love, confession, and living in gratitude.

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  • Sunday ,
    FebFebruary  5 , 2023
     
     
    Living Gratitude

    Sunday, Feb 5th 4:30p to 5:30p

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    In this twice-weekly class, we’ll explore the language of gratitude in both Hebrew and English, as well as core practices, such as prayer, love, confession, and living in gratitude.

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  • Tuesday ,
    FebFebruary  7 , 2023
     
     
    Soul of Shabbat: Writing from the Kabbalat Shabbat Liturgy

    Tuesday, Feb 7th 6:00p to 7:00p

    Register Here.

    Soul of Shabbat is a unique opportunity to dig into the Kabbalat Shabbat liturgy as a doorway into writing prayers and poetry about Shabbat. We’ll examine core themes and metaphors of Shabbat, as well as related textual sources.

    MORE INFO

  • Wednesday ,
    FebFebruary  8 , 2023
     
     
    Open Conversation with our Liturgist-in-Residence

    Wednesday, Feb 8th 1:30p to 3:00p

    Each week, Liturgist-in-Residence Alden Solovy will welcome an open, freewheeling conversation about prayer, spirituality, Torah, or other topics of interest brought by you. This in-person-only dialogue is meant to be a give-and-take session of mutual sharing and exploration.

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Thinking Torah Blog

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		                            <span class="slider_description"><p>Moses and Aaron confront Pharaoh and his advisors many times throughout the Exodus narrative, demanding that Pharaoh release the Israelites from their captivity. At the start of <em>parshat Bo</em>, after yet another plague, Pharaoh offers what may be generously called a compromise. Pharaoh offers to allow “the notables of Israel” to leave. Moses refuses, demanding: “We will all go, our young and our old, our sons and our...</span>
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